Muramatsu Flute Showcase with Ervin Monroe!

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Event: Muramatsu Flute Showcase with Ervin Monroe
Where: The Wesleyan School Fine Arts Building Lobby, 5405 Spalding Drive in Peachtree Corners
When: Tuesday, January 31st, 3:00 – 7:00 P.M.
Additional Details: RSVP to to enter a drawing for a FREE Clean, Oil and Adjust service on ANY flute!
We have an exciting opportunity for all flutists in the Atlanta area! On Tuesday, January 31st Muramatsu America is coming to Atlanta for a brief stop to showcase all of their beautiful handmade flutes!  As an added bonus Ervin Monroe, President of Muramatsu America and former Principal Flutist for the Detroit Symphony, will be here with them!  Everyone is invited to come and try out a Muramatsu flute and speak with Mr. Monroe personally.
North Georgia Band will be hosting the event in the lobby of the Fine Arts building at The Wesleyan School from 3:00pm-7:00pm.  As an added bonus, if you RSVP for the event, you will be entered into a drawing for a FREE Clean, Oil, and Adjust Service on any flute by Keren Barr, a Muramatsu and Straubinger Certified Technician.
To read more about Muramatsu Flutes please visit their website at
To enter the drawing please RSVP to or call North Georgia Band at 678-325-0564 You must RSVP, attend the event and check-in with us to be eligible for the drawing!
The Wesleyan School is located at 5405 Spalding Drive Peachtree Corners, Ga 30092.
More about Mr. Monroe:
As former principal flute of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ervin Monroe has performed with the Mozarteum Orchestra, the Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia and the Royal and Bolshoi Ballets, as well as in duo-concerts with such renowned artists as the late Jean-Pierre Rampal. He has served as president of the National Flute Association and was founder as well as consulting editor for the The Flutist Quarterly. Currently, Monroe is president of Muramatsu America, a company that imports, sells and services professional flutes. He has also written numerous musical arrangements and original compositions. In addition to the DSO, he can be heard on numerous solo and chamber music recordings and holds the distinction of having been heard on more symphonic radio broadcasts than any other principal flutist in America today. He earned degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory and the Manhattan School of Music. Monroe was professor of flute at Wayne State University and served as musical director of several orchestras in Michigan.
We hope to see you there!